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Today’s consumers know more about the contaminants in their water than ever before. A sea of change in consumer data has been quietly reshaping the environmental health industry.
People at home & work increasingly expect & depend on professional detailed data to inform & evaluate their purchasing decisions. Fires in California, news about lead in baby formula & known harmful chemicals in cleaning products—these are all major problems that have inspired a new generation of data-driven consumerism in health, especially water quality.
Residents are now taking ownership of their water quality much in the same way they now compare & order groceries online.
WaterPURE customers are more sophisticated with respect to water quality data & laboratory analysis. Specifically, they know the equipment they purchase effectively removes contaminants known to be in their own drinking water.
This is done through contaminants data, based on your address.
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A Tampa Bay Times article cites that, "studies of waters downstream of phosphate mines have found an increase in heavy metals like lead and studies of aquifers have found chemicals used to process the phosphate, like fuel oil."
Aquifers feed the underground wells that provide drinking water to nearly every household outside the city limits and every home on agricultural land. If these studies prove true, those responsible are knowingly allowing the possibility of poisoning thousands of citizens.
Central Florida has a long history of phosphate mining, which started as far back as 1883. There are 27 phosphate mines in Florida.
Horse Creek, the largest Peace River tributary, flows straight through the middle of the proposed DeSoto mining area. Whatever is spilled or leaked or accidentally discharged into Horse Creek flows downstream to the Peace River and into the homes within the city water utilities of Charlotte County. The standard rule of nature is that water generally flows south.
If you have city water coming into your home, the national data base of water utility contaminants is available through a free phone consultation with Water PURE; along with current reports from your water utility. Keep in mind that this information does not address the contaminants that enter your home water supply from the city water plant, which then travels in aging pipes to your home water sources.
DIY water testing is also available through independent national labs. A link to this is available through the Water PURE site at FloridaWellSystems.com
Professional in home water testing is a third option. To schedule a professional evaluation of your home, simply fill out your contact information and a seasoned Florida home water solutions specialist at Water PURE will contact you. Supply your zip code and water source; Whether it be city municipal water, private well water or community well water. List the name of your utility if you have one.
Water PURE is your source for information and solutions for home, health, industry and our environment.
Water systems are available to treat these contaminants, soften water, increase water pressure, increase the value of your homeand give you peace of mind.
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